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Intel processor i5 4570 get high temperature

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February 24, 2014 7:55:00 PM

is it true than the intel processor get high temperatures for videochip incorporated even when i put an external video card(nvidia/GTX) thanks

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February 25, 2014 11:54:56 AM

no you won't get any high temperatures until you are using better after market cooler. When you plug-in external gpu inside the motherboard and switch your cables to external gpu, the Intel's integrated graphics gets disabled automatically. Cpu chip's temperature may rise considerably when you are overclocking your processor and increasing the voltages. If you don't overclock then you won't see any major rise temperature of your cpu. Hope that answers your question :) 
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March 1, 2014 7:13:06 PM

brarboy said:
no you won't get any high temperatures until you are using better after market cooler. When you plug-in external gpu inside the motherboard and switch your cables to external gpu, the Intel's integrated graphics gets disabled automatically. Cpu chip's temperature may rise considerably when you are overclocking your processor and increasing the voltages. If you don't overclock then you won't see any major rise temperature of your cpu. Hope that answers your question :) 



Thanks for ur time, so do I have to change my sotck cooler cpu for a new one?. Im not going to overclock anything. Thanks for ur answers
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March 1, 2014 7:21:08 PM

Ghon19 said:
brarboy said:
no you won't get any high temperatures until you are using better after market cooler. When you plug-in external gpu inside the motherboard and switch your cables to external gpu, the Intel's integrated graphics gets disabled automatically. Cpu chip's temperature may rise considerably when you are overclocking your processor and increasing the voltages. If you don't overclock then you won't see any major rise temperature of your cpu. Hope that answers your question :) 



Thanks for ur time, so do I have to change my sotck cooler cpu for a new one?. Im not going to overclock anything. Thanks for ur answers


no, you don't have to change your stock cooler. Just keep an eye on your cpu temperatures though, for better safety. Anything below 65C will be good for you with stock cooler. Good luck :) 
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March 1, 2014 7:27:31 PM

brarboy said:
Ghon19 said:
brarboy said:
no you won't get any high temperatures until you are using better after market cooler. When you plug-in external gpu inside the motherboard and switch your cables to external gpu, the Intel's integrated graphics gets disabled automatically. Cpu chip's temperature may rise considerably when you are overclocking your processor and increasing the voltages. If you don't overclock then you won't see any major rise temperature of your cpu. Hope that answers your question :) 



Thanks for ur time, so do I have to change my sotck cooler cpu for a new one?. Im not going to overclock anything. Thanks for ur answers


no, you don't have to change your stock cooler. Just keep an eye on your cpu temperatures though, for better safety. Anything below 65C will be good for you with stock cooler. Good luck :) 



Man thanks for share ur knoweledge i appreciate your time. :) 
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March 1, 2014 7:37:15 PM

Ghon19 said:
brarboy said:
Ghon19 said:
brarboy said:
no you won't get any high temperatures until you are using better after market cooler. When you plug-in external gpu inside the motherboard and switch your cables to external gpu, the Intel's integrated graphics gets disabled automatically. Cpu chip's temperature may rise considerably when you are overclocking your processor and increasing the voltages. If you don't overclock then you won't see any major rise temperature of your cpu. Hope that answers your question :) 



Thanks for ur time, so do I have to change my sotck cooler cpu for a new one?. Im not going to overclock anything. Thanks for ur answers


no, you don't have to change your stock cooler. Just keep an eye on your cpu temperatures though, for better safety. Anything below 65C will be good for you with stock cooler. Good luck :) 



Man thanks for share ur knoweledge i appreciate your time. :) 


glad i could help :) 
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